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Old 09-26-2007, 07:47 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hey, sorry bout that fellas. It's over one day old but I'll edit it anyway.

I can't stand IDE, drives me nuts when i have to use floppy drive.

edit: I see you cant edit it after, oh well sorry mods.
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spend 20 quid and get a SATA DVDRW with RAM support
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I refuse to commit to blue ray or HD dvd until one of them dies. That or until Blockbuster starts selling PVD disks for under 10 bucks like they do with normal dvds. There have been very few movies, maybe 1-2 a year that i cant wait 3-4 weeks to pick up under 10 bucks as a previously viewed disk.
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